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abound in/with sth

phrasal verb with abound uk   us   /əˈbaʊnd/ verb [I]
If something abounds in/with other things, it has a lot of them: The coast here abounds with rare plants.
Translations of “abound in/with sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有充足的…, 富產……
in Chinese (Simplified) 有充足的…, 富产……
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